Our family is so thankful for this wonderful community we live in.
Ever since Shea was diagnosed with Leukemia we have seen one blessing after another.
God is at work here and we know that he is taking care us of every time one of you does something like send a card, make a meal, send money or say a prayer.
Thank you so very much for your love and support -- it is appreciated and needed during this time.
By the way, Shea is a trooper and doing great.
One last thought: Don't forget to be a blood donor. We have experienced firsthand the shortage of blood and platelets out there and there are many more families like ours out there. Thank you to all who have donated blood in Shea's name. You are heroes.
Karyn Nelsen and the Nelsen family, Payson
Editor's note: To learn more about Shea (Sheana) Nelsen, visit payson.com and search our archives for the June 16, 2006 story ‘Mom, I have leukemia' by Roundup reporter Carol La Valley.